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"Steve"

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When Binky was fired from Ubersoft, Steve Jobs offered him a job -- and then performed experiments on him that transformed him into "Steve," the suave, smooth-talking paperclip who is a cross between David Niven and Clark Gable.

"Drinky"

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When the Boss divided Binky into three copies of himself in order to demonstrate how he would get around a potential move by the Department of Justice to divide the company up into three operating units, two of the Binkys left Ubersoft and struck out on their own. One of the Binkys, embittered with his life, spent most of his time at a hole in the wall just outside Las Vegas and turned into a mean, bitter drunk.

Evil Binky

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Binky was created by Phil, but it was the Dark Lord of Ubersoft who put the finishing touches on his code... and from time to time Binky's darker side emerges. When this happens, Binky transforms into a demonic document fastener and wreaks havoc on everything (and everyone) around him.

Barry

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A member of Ubersoft development, and one of Phil's senior programmers, he was onhand when Phil created Binky.

Mitch

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One of Phil's senior programmers, he was on hand the night Phil created Binky.

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